Dr.Odin’s Pregnancy Kit


Dr.Odin’s Pregnancy Kit

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Product Highlights

  • Helps taking a pregnancy test , if you miss a menstrual period.
  • Provides 99% accuracy in the detection of pregnancy at home
  • Provides results in just 5 minutes
  • Very handy for women who want to test for pregnancy from the comfort of their homes
  • Easy-to-use, comfortable and affordable test kit
  • Can be used at any time and as per your convenience

Expert's Advice

Dr.Odin’s pregnancy kit is used to determine if a woman is pregnant or not. With a fast 5-minute time, the pregnancy test kit lets you check quickly when you need to know the pregnancy status.

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Dr.Odin’s Pregnancy Kit

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  • A perfect tool to easily get confirmation of pregnancy.
  • Easy-to-use, comfortable and affordable test kit
  • Contains C(Control region) and T (Test region)
  • Can be used at any time and as per your convenience
  • Measures the presence of a hormone known as human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) in the urine.
  • Reveals whether the test results are positive or negative.
  • Always test yourself with the first urine after you wake up in the morning.
  • The reason being it is the most concentrated one and the chances of getting accurate results are high when you take the test at this time.

Directions for Use:

  • In the morning, collect the first urine in a clean container.
  • Using the dropper add a few drops into the sample well of the test kit.
  • Wait for 5 minutes to read the results.
  • It is important to take the test before the first urine cycle of the day as this gives the most accurate results.

Interpretation of Results

  • After waiting for 5 minutes, you will need to check the result displayed on the test device.
  • If you see a light pink line on the T, it means that the pregnancy hormone may not have registered enough to mark it as a pregnancy.
  • If you find that two prominent pink lines appear, one on the C and another on the T, then that means pregnancy is confirmed.
  • However, if you see just one pink line on the C, then you are not pregnant.

Safety information:

  • Discard unused pregnancy tests after the expiration date, which is stamped on each sealed pregnancy test.
  • Urine samples and used test devices are potentially infectious, so please keep them away from direct contact with objects.
  • Proper handling, hand washing, and immediate disposal is recommended.
  • Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, moisture, heat, and other related conditions.


With a 99% accuracy rate, the result is correct most of the time.

You should wait to take a pregnancy test until the week after your missed period for the most accurate result. If you don’t want to wait until you’ve missed your period, you should wait at least one to two weeks after you had sex. If you are pregnant, your body needs time to develop detectable levels of hCG.

In the early days of  pregnancy, when hCG levels are still increasing, the first morning urine is best for pregnancy test.

Only one color band appears on the top Control (C) region. There should be no apparent band on the Test (T) region. The control line is designed to validate the test and should be crisp and clear in intensity against the white background.

Your first morning urine will always produce the most accurate results as it is more concentrated, allowing hCG levels to be higher and easier to detect. However,  one can take  pregnancy test at night too.

When taking a pregnancy test, any line in the test indication area is considered a positive pregnancy test, even if it is lighter than the control line. The darker line is usually the control line. Sometimes this second line is so faint, you can barely see it.

Any positive line, no matter how faint, means the result is pregnant. Levels of hCG in your body will increase over the course of your pregnancy. If you test early, your hCG levels may be still be low and you’ll see a faint positive line.

Most women have a 28-day menstrual cycle. That means you have about 6 days each month when you can get pregnant. That includes the day that one of your ovaries releases an egg, called ovulation, and the 5 days before.

The levels of hCG are very low at first and then they rise quickly, doubling every three days in early pregnancy. That’s why you might have a faintly positive result at first and one that’s crystal clear a few days later.

If you check your results within the recommended time frame and see a faint positive line, you’re most likely pregnant. On the other hand, if you miss the window for checking the results and you don’t check the test until 10 minutes later, a faint line may be an evaporation line, which means you’re not pregnant.

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